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Kristian Van Der Vliet has implemented asynchronous input/output. This has been tested with QEmu, which shows increased performance both due to this and the also new implementation of memory-mapped files. A development build with async I/O is already available.
I wasn't complaining, I was rather wondering. How many things are there that aren't already in Linux kernel, and how many of those features would be hard to add to it? And I was just thinking whether you have the manpower to write drivers for too many hardware devices..